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with us. it is the first wave of gitmo transfers of the new year setting free two dangerous detainees. >> garrett tenney is here with a look at where they are and where they are going. >> the secretary of defense says there are two inmates they have rejoined terrorist groups. they have the two most recent releases. he is an admitted member of the taliban who fought for osama bin laden. he was a high risk to the u.s. and american citizens. they have dockets on him since 2007nd i kate at the time he threatened to kill u.s. citizens on multiple occasions including a specific threat to cut their throats upon his release. the second inmate khaled muhammad salad aldubi trained
with al qaeda in afghanistan. the pentagon determined he posed a medium risk if released. now it is standing behind these releases. >> i was weighing these decisions very, very darefully. >> after 14 years both men are headed to the west african may gos nation of ghana and will be able to leave the country after two years. they are the firster 17 detainees expected to transfer out of guantanamo bay. they are already approved those 17. currently 105 remain at guantanamo. >> garrett tenney, thank you. terror training. some brand new disturbing footage from inside a weapons isis lab. the tapes taken from an isis fighter after he was caught trying to go into europe. the images prove the terror group is capable of making
incredibly precise surface to air missiles. remote control car bombing and mannequins disguised as humans. a very dangerous advancement. >> it's the sense of identified what is believed to be a human being in that vehicle. it could get potentially closer before any counter action would take place. >> this is the first concrete evidence of the terror group's progression. no potential targets were revealed in the tapes. a oo an american citizen believed to be an al qaeda operative will be until there today. they are helping to prepare an explosive used in a car bomb in a military base in afghanistan. the bomb had his fishing prints on it but did not detonate. the texas born was arrested last year in pakistan. he faces life in prison. >> new overnight after north
korea's latest nuclear attack. south korea says it will restart the propaganda broadcast which the north considers an act of war. the country claims it successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. the white house remains skeptical of that. highly skeptical saying initial analysis does not back up those claims. the u.n. is vowing new sanctions. >> david petraeus in the hot seat. he's the first of obama officials to appear before the benghazi committee. while hillary clinton testified publically before the between zi committee in october the former cia director used a restricted passage way to avoid reporters and gave classified testimony behind closed doors. committee leadership disgrieed on the progress. >> we have learned new information at every facet, before, during and the after. >> this is being dragged out to
get as close to the election process as possible. >> there are dates on the calendar to interview susan rice who appeared on five sunday talk shows billion the attack gone awry. they crafted the memo instructing rice and others to blame it onnen a obscure internet video instead of a policy failure. >> i haven't seen that but i will get back to you. >> committee members plan to question petraeus about blocked rescue efforts while cia contractors were told to wait and not aid ambassador stevens. fox news has learned the cia has withheld from the community real time message traffic from the night of the attack. >> this would be much more direct and pertinent to laying out the facts of that night than any other written record that has been seen so far. >> newly released e-mail shows the aid was busy with business
matters two-days after the attack. >> you have the top deputy in the state department taking out a logo for her new company. >> the former secretary of defense leon panetta and jeremy bash are scheduled to testify. an e-mail shows military assets were mobilized waiting for state department approval. katherine herridge, fox news. >> thank you. after the cont ver sha twafic stop. they fulled over sandra bland after a minor traffic violation this summer. that confrontation escalated. they arrested her and she died in her jail cell three-days later they ruled her death a suicide. the grand jury charged him with lying for a graphic stop and for lying about the reason he pulled
her over. fred gee gray n-- freddie gray now ordered to testify. he will be granted limited immunity when he takes a stand at caesar good win's trial. his testimony will not be used against him. last month his manslaughter trial landed in a hung jury. he will be retried in june. he suffered a nate tal neck injury last april while in police custody. >> el nino bears down. it looks a lot more like rivers these days. they are stranded in high flood waters. if water wasn't enough a possible tornado touching down. it left the home completely upside down. and then in ventura counties water falls of mud known as mud slides pouring down the hills and on to the road ways. it is that time of year the soil and debris clogging radrain pip
and flooding. >> oo no one hit the big power ball jackpot. saturday's prize now souring to an estimated $675 million. that is the largest jackpot ever. don't throw away your tickets there's a $2 million ticket and 12 tickets worth $1 million. 2, 11, 47, 62 and 63. and the power ball is 17. >> so we can still buy one today. >> i forgot to buy one last night. >> a fox business alert right now. market mayhem futures plummeting after the stock market crashes. lauren simonetti for the sister network fox business. >> investors are bracing for another tough day on wall street as do you futue dow futures tu. more turmoil in china.
the world's second biggest economy closing their markets early once again today as the central bank devalued its currency. a couple dose of bad news for the food chain chipotle. food illness scandals vl led to a criminal investigation. chipotle said it was served with a federal grand jury subpoena after a norovirus in august. if you thought customer service was bad with the irs you haven't seen anything yet. they suggest substantially reducing human interactions of taxpayers and moving most of the support on-line. the irs has the power over your passport. it has the ability to revoke or deny passports to any u.s. citizen with a tax debt of 50,000 dollars. macys is handing out of cour--
stronger u.s. dollar. business insiders say chik-fil-a will let parents order at the drive through and come inside to eat at the table preprepared for their family. that service moms valet. i bet many adding the new kale salad. >> get the kale for the kids. >> to find the fox business network log on to foxbusiness.com/channelfind foxbusiness.com/channelfinder. >> it is about 9 minutes after the top of the hour. don't believe everything you see on netflix. a oo just was a documentary on tv says something that's not what the evidence shows. >> scott walker talking about making a murderer. his decision on the growing demand. >> why one health magazine is banning that phrase. >> a stunt taking center stage
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the release of brendan and his nephew generating thousands of signatures. the white house petitioning with more than 125,000 signatures is well beyond the 100,000 needed to prompt an official response. however the white house doesn't have pardon powers for decisions handed down by the states. scott walker doesn't believe the documentary changes anything. >> just because a documentary on tv says something doesn't mean that's what the evidence shows. >> governor walker says he has no intention of pardoning him or his neef. the woman picked him out of a lineup leading to his wrongful conviction for which he spent 18 years in prison is speaking out. in an interview penny bernstein says quote my testimony sent an innocent person to prison. i wanted the earth to swallow
me. my emotions regarding stooe enavery are complicated. avery they say was also framed for another death. >> i don't believe in coincidences in these kinds of cases. i look at this case there is evidence the 12 jurors unanimously believed this guy avery killed the victim in this case a 28-year-old women. >> steven avery is serving a life sentence for the murder of teresa haubuck. he won't be eligible for parole until 2048. >> jackie ibanez, thank you. >> to januarity jackson w -- ja jackson who is on the road to recovery and denying cancer rumors. >> love her. the pop star taking to twitter to clear the air in a video she
writes, the rumors are untrue. i do not have cancer. i am recovering. thank you for your prayers and love. that of course being a tweet. last month she postponed her to tour to have surgery but did not say what for. >> the biggest stars in entertainment under the same roof for the people's choice award. channing tatum and sandra bullock all winning big. the show was hosted by jane lynch and started off with an awkward moment of the miss universe crowning mix-up. >> i am sorry. i have to apologize here. first runner up is kanye. the winner is miss colombia. >> then a stage crasher stealing the mic for the ladies of the talk. sharon osbourne stepped in throwing a few kicks at him shoeing the guy off the stage probably a bit to get more
coverage. >> vin diesel choking up at the tribute to walker of the fast and furious 7. >> we didn't want to come back to filming when the tragedy was too heavy it was the love of everyone combined that saw us through to the end and now i am standing here "it's been a long day without you my friend" ♪ and i'll tell you all about it when i see you again ♪ >> wow. didn't know he had a voice. that ending with ellen taking a away the humanitarian award. >> it is time now to brew on this. women's health making a new year's resolution to motivate and inspire the readers. you will no longer see the phrases bikini body or drop two sizes on the cover. it comes to a response from the survey where the have aing zein
asked what readers liked and disliked from the cover. they liked the words toned and strong they don't like the phrases that make them feel inadequate. women's health already did away with words shrink and diet last year. on the web site the editor in chief says our goal is to always bump you up and never make you feel bad. is this a good trend to boost body major totally unnecessary. send us your comments on facebook, twitter or e-mail@foxfriendsfirst@foxnews. com. the time is 18 minutes after the hour. we will tell you what is inside your pizza box that is leading to a ban. >> a decades old message in a bottle mysteried. find out who sent it. >> north korea announced it has successfully carried out the first hydrogen bomb test. either that or they got their first chipotle. doesn't matter.
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>> welcome back to "fox & friends first". a handful of college campuses nationwide giving these hoover boards the boot. the university of south carolina calling their new policy a precautionary measure to protect students. an e-mail blast went out to the usc students before they returned home for winter break telling them to leave their new toys at home. the move comes as the feds investigate. the hoover board fires an explosion in a dozen states. >> speaking of banning, chemicals in your cardboard pizza box. they have now banned several chemicals found inside the
classic card gourd pizza box. the reason the chemicals can cause cancer and also birth defect. the chemicals found in food packaging including microwaveable popcorn bags. that ban won't take effect until next year. the message in a bottle mystery has just been solved. >> we are talking about what is trending now. >> it is a mystery little boy's dreams are made of. 5-year-old ryder and his mom were walking along the beach when they made a surprise discovery. >> i thought of pirates and i thought maybe it was a treasure map. >> a message in a bottle that was written september 5th. 1988 by a 10-year-old boy named chris who wanted whoever found it to call him when it washed
ashore. it immediately went viral. inside edition saying a woman named january pop came forward saying she wrote the note for her son 28 years ago. >> no way. how crazy is that? >> in this day and age to be able to track somebody down. >> the reality star micro has to explain he is not a crook. >> dirty jobs host mike row says he's not the guy who robbed a bank after surveillance photos show a strong resemblance between him and the suspect. they arrested rowe after tipsters suggest the robber might be him. he provided an alibi to put an end to all of the confusion. >> speaking of people looking like someone else, taylor swift has a twin who is decade older. >> talk about maybe an older sister. take a look at this.
a woman posted a photo of her grandmother on image earth that has gone viral. grandma looks like pop star taylor swift. unbelievable. she captured the photo. her grandpa looks like hugh heffner's brother. the resem lens is undeniable>> i don't think so at all but the guy looked like hugh heffner. >> so maybe the woman was the original playboy bunny. just throwing it out there. >> thank you, carly. >> great to have you here. >> you can hear carly on fox news headlines 24/7 serious xm 115. victory for pain-killer addicts. the state is allowing addicts to sue the doctors who get them hooked in the first place. >> we knew what we were trying out for. we were going to try something
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>> it is thursday january the 7th. this is a fox news alert. terroristic training. we have an alarming look inside of a terroristic weapons lab. some calling it a jihadi college. it left a british bomb technicians up all night. >> taking action after this court confrontation. the penalty for the coach caught on camera headbutting a ref. >> going once, twice, sold. how you can bid for a better seat on your next flight. "fox & friends first" continues
right now. a oo we are good. how about you this morning? good morning to you. welcome to "fox & friends first". i am heather childers. i am heather nauert. >> the pentagon now begins its first wave of gitmo transfers of 2016. >> garrett tiny is live wi -- g tenney is live in washington with a look at where they are and where they are going. >> nine years ago one of these detainees threatened to kill u.s. citizens when he was released. now he and one other detainee are on their way to west africa.
he is an admitted member of the taliban who fought for osama bin laden. previously the pentagon labeled him as a high risk to the u.s. and american interests. that is no surprise considering we had documents on him indicating at the time he threatened to kill u.s. citizens on multiple occasions including a specific threat to cut their throats when he was released. the second khalid muhammad salad a al-dhuby. they shade he was a medium risk. they have determined neither men are a threat and pose little risk of joining terrorist groups. al c many members aren't convinced it won't happen again. >> there is no way the secretary of defense can certify they are
not a threat. look at the folks released in the past. >> after nearly 10 years they will be heading to ghana and will be able to leave the country after two years. they are the first of 17 headed for transfer. there are brand new disturbing images emerging from inside an isis weapons lab. the tapes taken from an isis fighter after he is caught trying to sneak into europe. the images prove the terror group is capable of making incredibly precise surface to air missiles remote control car bombs and even use mannequins disguised as humans to try to evade detection. this is considered a dangerous
advancement. >> it has identified what is a human being and that vehicle could get significantly closer before any counter action would take place. >> this is the first concrete evidence of the terror group's progression. no potential ptargets were revealed but it is a treasure trove of information for investigators. >> an american citizen believed to have been an al qaeda operative will be arraigned in brooklyn today. he is accused of helping prepare an explosive used in a 2009 car bomb at a u.s. military base in b afghanistan. the bomb had his fingerprints on it but did not detonate. he was arrested in pakistan and faces life in prison. >> hundreds of people sending a message to an oregon militia occupying a wildlife refuge. some people supported the protestors but a lot of them said they have worn out their welcome.
>> i am going to ask for the same show of hands of how many people want to work this out peacefully and would like these folks to go home. they occupied a wildlife refuge. the group saying they aren't leaving any siem toon. when they do they will face federal charges. >> a new battle is brewing over birth certificates. donald trump launching his criticism at rival ted cruz. doug luzader is live in washington, d.c. with the latest on that. good morning, doug. >> after initially laughing off claims that he was not in fact qualified to run for president legally, ted cruz is now pushing back. >> the question is quite straight forward. the child of a u.s. citizen born abroad is a natural born
citizen. people will continue to make political noise about it but as a legal matter it is quite straight forward. it has occurred many times in history. > cruz was born in canada but his mother was a u.s. citizen. most legal scholars think this is not an issue as far as being qualified to run for president. but it is something donald trump is bringing up. here was the response from the white house on this yesterday. >> look, it would be quite ironic if after sefrp or -- seven or eight years of drama around the birth certificate if republican primary voters were to choose somebody who wasn't born in the united states only 18 months ago renounced his canadian citizenship. >> for donald trump the concern here is of course iowa where ted cruz has a lead according to the real clear politics average of polls. back to you guys. >> doug luzader in washington,
thanks. >> a discovery inside one va hospital. inspector general says more than 40,000 backlogged disability claims were found packed inside boxes. those boxes were gathering dust around the florida facility like this one. the claims are supposed to be processed within five days but many were more than 30-days old. that ig report shows this kind of storage puts veteran's information at risk for identity theft and of course they don't get the pams they are waiting for and have deserved. the va is not saying what caused that backlog. >> a risk to say the least. the pennsylvania high school basketball coach we showed you seen headbutting a refugeree during the game has been placed on administrative leave. there's still a possibility of charges. the coach also teaches math and history and was upset over a call made by the ref.
the pennsylvania athletic association has suspended him for at least one game. the kid is going to coopers town. ken griffith junior going to the hall of name. he obtained # 9 percent of the votes. fellow slugger mike piaza a 12 team all star held the all time record with 396. both will be inducted on july 24th. >> fantastic. it is 37 minutes after the hour. how likely is it that a convict will get pardoned? new information as petition numbers grow. we will tell you why some lawmakers are saying we are only getting one side of the steven avery case that is making so much news. >> the pot shop opening. which major city is getting medical marijuana today? >> a snowboarding fail when things don't go so great for a
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the making a murderer on netflix show is growing by the day. both the white house and wisconsin governor scott walker being pressured to issue a pardon. only one has the power to grant it. jackie ibanez is here with more. >> several on-line petitions gathered hundreds of thousands of signatures demanding the release of steven avery and brendan dacy. either won't do much good. the white house petition with
125,000 signatures is prompting an official response. >> scott walker has no plans to issue any pardons. the county authorities that were involved in both avery cases now getting hundreds of angry e-mails and phone calls. authorities are blaming the documentary. >> we are getting threats, the sheriff's department is getting threats daily. >> i thought it was horribly one-sided. it was agenda driven. >> other legal experts agree "making a murder" presents a convincing but wrong point of view. >> it is like anything else. if you make a decision that you are only going to present one side of the story, everybody is going to start saying oh my gosh, this guy is not guilty. i would believe it, too, if i saw netflix which is why there are more than 200,000 people asking for this pardon. >> the rape in 85 incorrectly
identified him in a lineup is speaking out. penny bernstein said my testimony sent an innocent person to prison. i absolutely wanted the earth to swallow me so my emotions regarding steven avery are complicated. he is spending life sentence without possibility of parole. looking for a better seat on your next flight? fox business is here with a look at airline auctions. what is up with this? >> i know. the market may look pretty rough but the skies for travelers could get rougher. several airlines are testing ideas for passengers that will have things like middle seats and first class spots get auctioned off. delta airlines is offering first class seats for 50 percent of
the first class customers who paid to be there verses free upgrades for the frequent fly s flyers. they want to see the number go higher. this is what you could see soon in this country. bidding could start from 10, 30, $50 possibly one hour before departure for a seat. the auction would give passengers access to first class, business class and economy seats. the airlines around the world they will offer auctions to sell upgrades. americans turnout the idea vir again is testing it out in las vegas. >> i will keep you posted. lady luck not on any one ace side last night. no one hit the big jackpot. >> that's good for us. saturday's sales went up to 625
million. 12 tickets are worth a million bucks. >> here are last night's winning numbers 2, 11, 47, 62 and 63 and the power ball is 17. the time is now 50 minutes to the top of the hour. victory for pain-killer addicts. we will tell you about the state that is allowing those addicts to sue the doctors they say helped get them hooked. >> oscar buzz for leonardo decaprio. one-on-one with the star up next. >> first brian kilmeade looking at what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> i will be telling you what's coming up on our show the next three hours. u.s. attorney says he thinks hillary clinton could face a criminal indictment soon. what are the chances of that happening? a judge is here to talk about it.
a 10-year-old girl patted down by the tsa over and over and over again. that girl and her dad join us live on the couch. martha hunt is here. she wants to beat me. she just got her wings. she will join us on the couch. i don't know what she is going to say but i am curious. throw in the animation and go to commercial. need to hire fast? go to ziprecruiter.com and post your job to over one hundred of the web's leading job boards with a single click. then simply select the best candidates from one easy to review list. and now you can use zip recruiter for free. go to ziprecruiter.com.
already been sued. >> who should be held accountable the addicts for the prescribing doctors. they weigh in on the show on our facebook a million immigrants, many of whom may be illegal, now have driver's licenses, that's thanks to a new california law. it issued 605,000 licenses to immigrants. once the drivers were able to prove residency and they passed road and writing tests. supporters say that the law protects drivers since many illegal immigrants are already on the road with no training. kevin? thank you very much. it could be the movie that finally gets leonardo dicaprio his oscar. >> track a new course back up. >> the vevenant hits theaters tomorrow. let's step into the fox light
with michael who actually got to talk to leo last night. i'm so jealous. >> i did. lots of oscar buzz for the gold this weekend for best male. susan lucic being nominated, never winning. this movie is beautiful and brutal at the same time. he plays a frontiers man. the shoot was incredibly brutal. these guys were exposed to all the elements. we caught up with leo on the red carpet and asked him a little bit about the process. >> from the onset we knew what we were signing up for. we were going to try something very experimental. i mean, the whole process of making this movie was so unique. it was like live theater every single day. we had this hour and a half scramble to capture this natural light so that frenetic intensity infused its way into the movie, coupled with the fact that we were on a real location that were hours and hours away from our home base, that we were
submerged in full temperatures for nine months made this whole thing feel more like a documentary than any movie experience i've ever had. >> the movie, heather, is visually stunning. opens up nationwide tomorrow. if you stick around for 6:30, you'll find out how they actually shot that intimate bear scene everyone is talking about. >> there's a piece for you. "american idol", last season. >> started last night and it's its final season. hard to believe that at the peak it has 30 million people tuning in four nights. harry connick jr. out in l.a. and we talked a little bit about the talent we can expect this season. >> the talent level is really, really huge. there's some great people. what's different about this year is that the people that we chose are a little bit more ready for primetime. sometimes we would choose people just based on how they are in that small room and they sang a song that was particularly moving. not really thinking so much about, well hopefully they'll come out of their shell as the competition goes on.
these people are ready to go. they're august performers. some are big performers, some are small. they're all performers that are comfortable on the stage in one way or another and that's what we're most excited about. not to mention all of the things that idol's going to do to surprise everybody. it's been described as the most impactful show in american television history. it will be sad to see it go. >> me, too. i think they should have brought paula back for the final season. >> they're promising lots of returns. stay tuned to "american idol" every wednesday and thursday night only on fox. celebrity interviews in the fox light.com. there's that cheesy picture. follow me on instagram @f instagram @foxlightmichael. 8 minutes until the top of the hour. bikini body, that was just banned, michael, from one magazine cover. your e-mails are pouring in on this one. the selfie pick that will
three minutes before the top of the hour. three dangerous detainees from gitmo released. investors waiting for a tough day on wall street as dow tumbled. new york state going to pot. eight medical marijuana dispensaries are opening statewide today, one in new york city. the drug only offering -- only being offered in forms that you can't smoke. new york now the 20th state to allow medical marijuana. and it's time now for the good, the bad, the ugly. up first, the good. prince george officially a student. the duke and duchess of cambridge releasing the adorable pictures on his first day of boarding school. he sticks a landing until the very end. >> just like that. hang on. >> yes. >> whew!
>> heck, ya. now he's down. >> oh. >> yeah, did everything right until it was time to high five the instructor. and finally, the ugly. the monkey who gained worldwide fame for taking the selfie wouldn't get the rights to the photo. a photographer left his camera unattended at a wildlife preserve in indonesia. the monkey took over. they said the profits would go to the monkey but a judge has ruled against it. women's health making a new year's resolution to motivate and inspire their readers. you won't see bikini body, drop two sizes on the cover. the move comes to a survey where the magazine asked what readers liked it or didn't like. good trend or totally unnecessary. good, we should make the inside beautiful and healthy first and the rest will follow. and then polyana writes magazines need to leave the words the same because to change them would be like getting a participation trophy. that's just not good incentive
or challenging which makes us stronger. deborah says more bans on words that woman doesn't want a bikini body or to dress a size or two. what woman doesn't want to? "fox & friends" starts right now. have a great day, everybody. bye. good morning, everyone. it is thursday, february 7th, 2015. i'm sandra smith. just call it terror university. this morning we have the brand-new video from inside a training academy where jihadis are learning to make missiles. the details are chilling. meanwhile, the big question this morning, is the mid east on the brink of disaster? one of president obama's former generals says yes. and guess whose fault it is? >> we're playing on a strategic, you know, football field and we're not even in the stadium. >> so what does this mean for